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WWF biologists are counting the remaining tigers left in the wild by setting a system of camera traps. You can help WWF count and double tigers - the goal.

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Vietnam Seized wildlife trade goods in Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal. Confiscated leopard skins.

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Illegal wildlife trade. Leopards' (Panthera pardus) skins seized at customs.

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An amazingly relaxed female leopard let us watch her for over an hour just before sunset

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Cloudy Days Ahead for the Clouded Leopard?

Note the distinctive cloud-like markings on the pelt! Source: ARKive (2009

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African wild dogs in Zamibia

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Most emotional Christmas advert of 2017? WWF tugs on heart strings with powerful footage revealing elephant's loss after attack by poachers - Mirror Online